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Discussion in 'FPV (First Person View)' started by HueJorgan, Jun 27, 2016.

  1. HueJorgan

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    To fly FPV with my P3P a simple list would be nice

    I am struggling to understand how this works, I have trawled through numerous threads and its seems to be very confusing

    I don't have an unlimited budget, but I do think I could head towards the higher end kit

    I Have a P3P and ipad 2 Air

    can someone please give me a comprehensive list of things I need to get into this

    Thank you so much in advance.
     
  2. HueJorgan

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    24 views and no replies yet, guess I'm not the only one who wants to explore this world hehehe
     
  3. SteveN76

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    I'm not an expert by any means but I do think you need the HDMI module for your RC the FPV goggles plug into that from what I gather. Did you try a Google search?


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  5. HueJorgan

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    Thank you

    So I have to dismantle the controller and put a new pcb in for hdmi

    That seems like a chuff on

    Is there no other way
     
  6. SteveN76

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    Not that I'm aware of the FPV goggles use hdmi from everything I read


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    Not other way. You have to replace the back of it which doesn't take you more than 5 minutes.
    So you'll need the upgraded board and a pair of HDMI goggles.
     
  8. alokbhargava

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    If you are looking for a must have list to fly your P3P, here is the list for you:

    1. Tablet / Phone
    2. Extra Batteries
    3. ND Filters in case you want to take good videos
    4. Gimbal support that supports Camera and Gimbal together
    5. backpack
    6. 64GB micro SD card
    7. Du-Bro Prop balancer
    8. DJI Neck Strap
     
  9. Ptr

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    HeyHue try this out as a cheap alternative, bought both for less than €50 app & goggles, the app alone is worth every cent (brilliant) & if you like experience go spend your $'s on serious kit but this will give you a brill introduction to it, immersive in F-Mode is something

    PS iPad Air 2 won't work but sure you have a nice smart phone, I've 6+ v good